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Scout the NASL: Nov. 20 - Nov. 26

Your weekly analysis of the NASL

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A lot has happened since the last edition of Scout the NASL. As confirmed by the NASL, both Edmonton FC and the San Francisco Deltas have withdrawn from the league. This, of course, contributes to how this series is going to be ran.

Starting in this edition, both the withdrawn clubs are going to be replaced by Cal United FC and 1904 FC; two clubs expected to start play if there’s an NASL season next year. Enjoy!

1904 FC

In case you missed it, the San Diego planned out the basis for their new club. Our friends over at Angels On Parade note that the new stadium could be along the ocean.

Cal United FC

The club from Orange County has reportedly grown interest on St. Louis FC manager Preki. The USL coach is expected to be the first manager for the new club.

Indy Eleven

Eleven owner Ersal Ozdemir gave thanks to the fans for this past season. Unfortunately, no news was given on the club’s status for next season.

Jacksonville Armada FC

Owner Robert Palmer notes that Jacksonville are a “team without a league”.

The Armada now have a team store that opened for fans to catch some Black Friday deals. Jack Blake and Tony Taylor will make special appearances to the store in December.

Miami FC

Miami did a statistical analysis on their forwards from this past season, who definitely had a huge impact on the success of the club.

The Miami Herald described how Miami FC’s future can be in jeopardy very soon. The publication told fans to “wish for the best” over the holidays.

Puerto Rico FC

Puerto Rico’s Tom Payne will be stepping down as the club’s president. At the moment, no replacement is yet to be found.

Interesting Read

The Washington Post speculates that the United States National Team won’t hire a new coach until the next World Cup.

Deadspin added to that, saying the United States might host the World Crap next summer. Worth a read.

The SC launched a new World Cup stadium that can dismounted and assembled in various locations. The Ras Abu Aboud is currently located in Qatar, who is set to host the 2022 FIFA World Cup.

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